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Rare high mirror with a solid walnut frame, designed by the cabinetmakers of the Maison Jeanselme, which furnished imperial palaces such as Fontainebleau. It also distinguished itself during the Universal Exhibitions like the one in 1855.
On the front of this mirror, a large molding with Greek corners in the upper part is accompanied by two consoles with scrolls and volutes.
Above, a beautiful molded cornice supports a large shell with foliage and flowers.
The original bevelled mirror has high Greek angles around its perimeter in perfect condition.
The back part is composed of a frame, crosspieces, jambs and eight panels of filling.
The quality of the material and the work of the craftsmen of the House of Jeanselme, make this floor mirror a precious, elegant and undeniably impressive piece.
Period : End of XIXth century
Excellent condition after restoration in our workshop. Waxed finish.
Delivery possible, in France and in Europe, by our partner specialized in the transport of furniture and art objects.
Width : 75 cm
Height : 280 cm
Depth : 7 cm
reference 985 T
|Shipping Time||Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days|
|Location||44810, Héric, France|
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